Frank Martin

Frank Martin

Frank Martin and his Eleventh Day Productions’ diverse production history includes more than 200 hours of prime-time television programming for CBS, ABC, TNT, PBS, Showtime and Disney.  Non-broadcast projects include material for the Defense Department, the Army, the Navy and the White House.  Among Martin’s notable  productions are:  John Huston:  The Man, The Movies, The Maverick, winner of the Sundance Film Festival Filmmaker’s Trophy;   MGM:  When the Lion Roars, Primetime Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Informational Series; CBS: The First Fifty Years; and Mr. K:  A Common Man with Uncommon Vision, winner of two Middle America Emmy Awards.

Frank Martin appears in

  • black patriot World footprints showcases positive footprints around the world with today’s guests.  Dr. P. Bai Akridge talks about the importance of study aboard programs and how students can discover their potential through global learning.   Frank Martin, producer of the PBS documentary, For Love of Liberty: The Story of America’s Black Patriots, and Bill straw from Blix Street Records, producer of the original soundtrack, discuss their award-winning film. The film details the military contributions of African Americans from the Revolutionary War to the present. The movie allows the viewers to gain an understanding about the experiences and accomplishments of African Americans in the military, and learn why such a group of heroic men and women would fight for the freedom of others that they themselves weren't able to enjoy. Nancy Rivard, founder of Airline Ambassadors International, talks about her decision to leave the management track at American airlines to focus on building [...]